Director & Founder / Haywards Heath / Working with Senior Management teams and organisations to enable growth and change., An extensive network - delivery of the best candidates to market leading Software companies.
Colin Savage. Colin has worked in the voluntary/not for profit sector for almost 40 years, running projects to help long-term unemployed people back into work, and providing home improvement agency services across Hampshire.
colin savage, director and co-founder Colin has spent 19 years in Executive Recruitment in the Technology sector and co-founded Kingston Consulting 17 years ago. Colin has extensive experience of working internationally with some of the most progressive and exciting global technology companies.
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Kookateki and Colin Savage Team up for Judo Masterclass 9th March Coaches and club players from across Northern Ireland were inspired at a recent Masterclass taken by Colin Savage, 6th Dan, ex British Champion and Commonwealth Gold Medalist.
THE DETAILS: Marie Grogan (29) is an administrator for Contract Scotland while Colin Savage (29) is a sales manager at SALCA. The couple are from Kinnaird. HOW THEY MET: The couple met through Marie’s mother. THE PROPOSAL: Colin proposed on April 28, 2017, at …
“The Project has been running for over ten years now,” said Colin Savage, “much has been done, and there are many more homes in the pipeline. If we are to keep rural communities alive and vibrant, we have to keep providing homes particularly for younger people and families.”